Is it too late to share my fall wardrobe favorites from Amazon? It’s still in the 70s here in Virginia so I say I am going for it and sharing anyway! I feel certain parts of the US will be experiencing fall for a few more months anyway. What’s the weather like where you are?
Fall is my favorite season and am always most excited about what to wear. I am a oversized sweater, skinny jean and bootie girl and this is the only season I can wear them non-stop. I also gravitate toward warmer colors this time of year and love burgundy, navy, olive, and forest greens. This post is crammed full of fall wardrobe staples from Amazon and a few of on top of my wishlist. Can you take any guesses? Tell me in the comments below!
Tops and Sweaters
Cozy sweaters and classic gingham are at the top of my fall wardrobe wishlist. Sharing four options that feature defined neck lines and straight shapes like this wool blend crewneck sweater or faintly plaid funnelneck pullover.
You can’t go wrong with black or straight leg jeans. These bottoms pair well with booties, wellies, flats, or heals. Sharing easy to wear black J.Crew toothpick jean and Levi Strauss & Co. distressed boyfriend jeans.
Vests and Pullovers
Sharing transitional layers like vests and pullovers that work well with unpredictable fall weather days. Love the cozy white sherpa pullover for cooler fall nights and navy quilted vest for pumpkin picking.
Fall shoes that can take you anywhere. To the park, apple orchard, Friday night football game, work, and more. All are timeless styles that can we worn all year round.
Cold Weather Accessories
Canvas totes are a staple and love this navy version from Lands End. Keep up the theme of fall and try a warm leather style satchel and pair it with jewel tone yellows.
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